Finger-pointing and other symptoms of a non-collaborative construction project

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How satisfied are you with the performance of the construction projects you manage? Are you meeting or beating planned completion dates? Do your costs consistently stay within budget limits? Is the quality of your work something you can proudly point out to future customers?

If you are hesitant to answer a confident “yes” to any of these questions, you could be experiencing a lack of project collaboration.

We recently compiled five symptoms indicating a need for greater collaboration during construction. Take a look at the telltale signs and what you can do to improve project collaboration among your entire building team.

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